Saturday, April 11, 2009

'Considerable Consternation'

This is really rich; as in, rich with irony. It seems "healthier banks want to pay back their bailout loans to avoid executive pay and other restrictions that come with the money. But the banks are balking at the hefty premium they agreed to pay when they took the money."

Camden R. Fine, a banking group lobbyist, says the government's attempt to hold the banks to the deal they made is "a source of considerable consternation."

Bejebus! Bankers have no shame.

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